Titanium alloy plates are flat sheets made from various titanium alloys. Titanium is a lightweight, strong, and corrosion-resistant metal, and it is often alloyed with other elements to enhance its properties for specific applications. Titanium alloy plates find extensive use in aerospace, medical, automotive, industrial, and military applications.
Titanium alloy sheets are thin, flat pieces of material made from titanium alloys. These sheets are commonly used in various industries and applications due to the unique properties of titanium alloys. Here are some key points about titanium alloy sheets
A titanium alloy is a material composed primarily of titanium but also containing other elements to enhance its properties for specific applications.
Among the metal materials used for human hard tissue repair, the elastic modulus of titanium is the closest to human tissue, which can reduce the impact of metal implants and bone Mechanical incompatibility between tissues.
Processing titanium alloy fasteners. Use positive-angle geometry blades to reduce cutting force, cutting heat and workpiece deformation; keep the blade edge sharp, blunt tools are the cause of heat buildup and wear, and easily lead to tool failure.
Titanium alloy fasteners generally require solution aging heat treatment to ensure that they meet the requirements for shear strength of 660MPa and tensile strength of 1100MPa.
Like TZM alloy (molybdenum-titanium-zirconium alloy) and MHC alloy (molybdenum-titanium-zirconium-carbon alloy), TZC alloy (molybdenum-titanium-zirconium-carbon alloy) is also a high-temperature-resistant molybdenum-based alloy, which is widely used in places with harsh working environments.
Titanium alloy has some special requirements on isothermal forging, for example, there are some special requirements on mold temperature, pressure and dwell time. During isothermal forging the mold temperature should be at 850~950 ℃ and pressure should be control at 100~120 MPa.